Tangowork is a boutique Canadian digital consulting firm.
We’re a small team of craftsmen dedicated to designing delightful digital experiences. Our user-centred, empathetic approach guarantees a technical solution that will solve genuine problems for you and your customers or employees.
We’re focused on 3 areas: intranets, AI assistants, and high-performance websites. You can engage Tangowork for research and strategy only, or for information design, content transformation and technical development too.
Our deep enterprise experience is rooted in intranets and websites. Before Tangowork, our founder co-founded ThoughtFarmer, a world-class intranet product used by hundreds of companies around the world.
Is it time to redevelop your intranet? Modernize your website? Or introduce AI to your organization with a chatbot or virtual assistant? Let’s have a conversation.
Chris McGrath is a veteran digital workplace consultant with extensive experience designing delightful enterprise software — like the Tangowork Chatbot Accelerator, which he created, and ThoughtFarmer, which he co-founded. Chris is also an avid kitesurfer and espresso aficionado.
Kerry Michel is Tangowork’s content editor and technical writer. She authors white papers, blog posts, user documentation and chatbot conversations, supporting Tangowork’s efforts to bring delightful digital experiences to organizations around the world. As an enthusiastic gardener, Kerry loves the sight of a new seedling and the taste of home-grown veggies.
Andrew handles a range of technical challenges for Tangowork, including language modeling, automated testing, software configuration and content transformation. He loves computers and solving problems. When not at work, he enjoys coffee roasting, crocheting, calligraphy, cooking, and learning Japanese.
From stability and standards in telecom, to scale in affiliate advertising, to just-about-anything in small startups, Stephen has over 15 years experience developing, architecting, and managing complex, mission-critical systems. Stephen prefers cappuccinos on the dry side.